- $62.50 for a two-room carpet cleaning ($125 value)
- Each room cannot exceed 144 square feet
- Give your carpet the makeover it deserves
- Promotion Expires February 28, 2013
The year is coming to a close. Why not start 2013 with nice clean carpets? At Maple Leaf Carpet & Tile Cleaning, you can get a carpet cleaning for two rooms that are up to 12-by-12 feet (total of 144 sq. ft) only $62.50. That is 50% off the regular price. With a strong reputation, an experienced staff and advanced and dependable systems, our experience will meet all of your needs. Be sure to schedule an appointment in advance. The Maple Leaf team will resolve the cleaning concerns of all homeowners, businesses, developers and carpet retailers.
Maple Leaf Carpet & Tile Cleaning was established in 2000 and is located in Shelburne. It offers carpet cleaning, oriental rug cleaning, upholstery cleaning, fabric and fiber protection, tile and grout cleaning and much more.
$62.50 a two-room carpet cleaning
- Valid for service areas in Chittenden county. Residences in Franklin and Addison counties will incur additional travel charge. Each room cannot exceed more than 144 square feet(12x12). Furniture moving not included. Appointment required and subject availability. 24-hour cancellation/rescheduling notice required. Additional carpet cleaning beyond two rooms costs $0.41 per square foot. Not valid for stairs and area rugs. Additional set up fee applies for homes with over two stories.
May purchase 1 per person and additional as gifts. Full value must be used in one visit. No cash back or credits. One voucher per household. Merchant will abide by gift certificate state laws. Voucher cannot be combined or used in conjunction with any other offer, coupon or promotion.
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In 1839, Erastus Bigelow invented the power loom for industrializing the production of carpet weaving. Doing so helped revolutionize how frequently carpet was used, while also creating an easier process for doing so. Today, his invention is part of the Smithsonian Institution's collection.